New York Times: “Late-night music, mingling and cocktails”

Posted by SoundBox

November 16, 2014

The New York Times profiles Michael Tilson Thomas, San Francisco Symphony music director and curator of the first SoundBox program on 12/13/14:

"...Formerly a rehearsal room at the rear of Davies Symphony Hall, SoundBox has been designed for late-night music, mingling and cocktails. A state-of-the-art acoustical system will make the box adaptable to all kinds of music. The inaugural program demonstrates the range Mr. Thomas has in mind: Medieval chants and songs will segue into chant pieces by Meredith Monk; a Josquin Mass and an anonymous Te Deum from the “Play of Daniel” will be followed by Mr. Reich’s “Music for Pieces of Wood”..." Read the full article.